The maritime boundary between Israel and Jordan was established in an agreement in 1996, which entered into force a month after signature. The boundary begins at the established land boundary terminus (LBT), Boundary Pillar 0, and follows an equidistance line on a southerly track through the northern part of the Gulf of Aqaba. A technical report was completed in 1998 detailing the coordinates of the maritime boundary turning points.

map of the Israel – Jordan maritime boundary

Israel and Jordan also share a land boundary.

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